Politics 1962: Stanley Mosk, Democratic candidate for attorney general, California
: Politics '62 motion picture filmsDescription
: Stanley Mosk, the Democratic incumbent running for a second term as attorney general, speaks about the attorney general's office, his work as attorney general, law enforcement, peace officer training, narcotics, the bidding process for public projects, and other subjects before answering questions from the audience. Mosk is introduced by Francis J. Carr, manager of the Tax Department, PG&E. This is a live camera recording by W. A. Palmer Films, Inc., San Francisco. In the election, Mosk defeated Judge Tom Coakley.
Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) sponsored this nonpartisan series of political forums for the thousands of PG&E employees in northern and central California. The series featured candidates for statewide office in California and discussions of leading issues, and was produced in cooperation with the Pacific Service Employees Association.Sequence
: Francis Carr introduces Mosk (01:25), Mosk begins speaking (04:53), question and answer session begins (25:20), Mosk thanks the audience (45:00), Carr introduces the officials on the stage (45:23), program ends, people depart, credits (47:35).Source
: 1 Reel of 1: Film: 16mm Collection Guide
: Pacific Gas and Electric Company Motion Picture Film 1960-1970Call Number
: 80177 Reel 9Rights
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